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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - March 27, 1919, Ada, Oklahoma VOLUME XVI. NUMBER 12. ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1919. TWO CENTS THE COPY I SWT rat r ' You Can / Buy Better Ones T HAT not only applies to the style in these waist-seam suits we are showing. but to quality in the clothes. Hart Schaffner & Marx use nothing but the finest all-wool fabrics; that means longer wear, better fit. style that stays stylish. You may pay more for such clothes but they’ll cost you less than others, day in and day out; because they wear longer; you get more dins of service for every dollar you spend; that’s the only way you can really determine • rn * whether a price is low or high. Our prices are what you get; antee it; your KO. tot*. the lowest you'll tind c onsulto me we don t just say that; »we guar-money back if you don’t think PRICES $25 TO $50 SPECIAL VALUES AT $35 Ju«t received a car of seed corn. Special price. Ada Seed and Feed Co. Phone 697. 3-27-tt Just received a car grade flour and feed fore buying elsewhere. 314 East Main load of high-See me be-L. D. Jeter, 3-26-2 td I tw Bring in that picture and let me frame It for you.— C. A. Cummins. 1-15-tf Spring.... A new frock, new Photograph one. We know make it. Phone us for an appointment and then- a a real classy just how to Stairs Studio PHONE JVI He I lie Akmcm ;>|ecJ Pm***, GENEVA. Switzerland. March 27. Former Emperor William oi Germany, alarmed by the receipt of threatening letters, intends leaving Holland and seeking iffuge in Switzerland. according to the newspaper La Swiss**. Swiss newspapers are printing many advertisements inserted by members of the German and Austrian nobility who are .seeking houses in tl^ country at moderate prices. West Main not tor sale. Notice, St. Shot* Try our 35c meals, fe. 214 West Main. Shop, 211. is 3-27-2t* Imperial Ca-2-6-tf WI OFFERS A NOT HEK OI TI IKE Ak OF TURKS AT OI, EIMNX MAXY AK RESTS FOlJyOW. SUGGESTIONS OF CHANGES IN BOLSHEVIK! El,UM ENT STRIKES LEAGUE 4T1VENANT UNDER ♦ AT RUMANIA. REPUBLIC CONSIDERATION. PROCLAIMED. By the* Amoclatcd Press ATHENS. Greece, March 25. Ad vices from reliable sources at Constantinople state that a massacre of By Hie Assoria ted If rest WASHINGTON, March 27.—The text of the amendments to tb^ League of Natioiis covenant suggested Armenians by Moslem gendarmes by Former President Taft, which w f as occurred recently at Aleppo, Asia Minor. It is reported that 48 Armenians were killed, 111 seriously wound ed and 150 slightly injured. It is alleged that the gendarmes broke into the Armenian market place and attacked the people assembled there. The authorities have since arrested 200 persons charged with participation in the affair aud they will be put on trial before a court martial composed of two British. one French, two Armenian and two Arabian representatives. considered by President Wilson and allied premiers, ap Paris yesterday, was sent from the White House less than a week ago, after Taft had been assured by Secretary Tumulty that aujr. suggestions from him would be Welcomed by the president. This fact became know n today. Officials declined to give out the text of amendments but it is known that one of them dealt with the Monroe doctrine. HGI! ON LEAGUE COVENANT BETTER UVE Bv tin* Associated Press LONDON, March 27.— A republic has been proclaimed in Bessarabia and its directorate has directed military operations against the Rumanian army, part of which has been forced to fall back, according to Warsaw dispatch to the Telegraph. It is stated that the movement is evidently engineered by the Bolshevik!, supported by Ukrainians, who seek to break thi'ough Rumania to establish communications between Moscow and Budapest. Bessarabia is the Russian province lying east of Rumania and populated largely by Rumanians. It w r as formerly part of that kingdom,, but was annexed by Russia in 1878. The Rumanians claim it as part of the territory to them from the result of tile war and Rumanian troops have occupied it for some months. By the Associated Press P KRIS, March 27.- The League of I Nations commission of the peace eou-terence, w ith President Wilson in the * chair, held a three hours session j last Dight and completed consideration of the covenant of the League.’ 1 The covenant was referred to a drafting committee consisting of Colonel F. M. House, United States, Lord Robert Cecil, Great Britain; Premier! Veui/elos. Greece, and Ferdinand Lama ii de* dean of the Paris Culvers-1 I tty law faculty. Thi I go over wording whet* necessary and refer it back tojHie commission as soon aa possible, probably within two days. The covenant still contains twenty-; six allicit*" No amendment has been incorporated which specifically meets th** desires of Japan for recognition of national racial equality. \\ ELI, A I TENDED MEETING LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION PLANS WORK. OF Tile Pontotoc County Livestock Breeders’ Association convened this morning at 10:30 and was in session most of the day with a good i attendance and ex<*ellent interest in the purposes of the organization. Among the streakers of the day were M. R. Chilean, N. T. McAIis-committee will ter, Frisco demonstration agent; Mr. J the document, correct its Barnard, livestock man for the Frisco; Prof. IL A. Pratt aud Frank Gault, former president of the state board of agriculture. All expressed an earnest desire to sy*e the associa-f lion develop into a strong and effective organization from which the members would derive profit. A feature of the attendance which was commented on with much favor was th** presence of a large number of club boys from every part of the county. A number of iniportant were discussed among which was a I proposition that the association take over the county fair. Most of these; matters Avere loft open for action by j the direftors or the next meeting of ‘ the association. The following officers were elect-: cd: * | U. L. McGuyre, president; Ben Boring, vice president; B. A. Pratt, secretary; M. IL Chilcutt, treasurer. Directors: R. T. Wilborn. S. II. Mayfield, Lester f .ilia id, A. Pollock, G, W. Jackie iddle, Curtis Floyd. A. V\ . Mc Keel, Sol Moss, J. M. Lunsford. W. B. Jackson. I he association had 21 members prior to its meeting of today and at the morning session 13 new ones were added to the roll. With the freeing of the county from the ticks the members are firmly reaved to improve their herds by means of registered and high grade stock of all kinds and through the association will work together to this end. Sales will be a feature of the work iii a few mon I In* plans of the leaders are carried out. MANGIN MAY OE, J SENT TO BAUMS By th** Associated Press PARIS, March 27.— General Man* gin, one of the leading French army officers, will be recalled from his command at Mayence, Germany, newspapers announce, to undertake a mission the character and scope of which “is indicated plainly by events in Hungary.’* According to the newspaper Gaulois he would receive a very inportant post in Eastern Europe, undoubtedly the Balkans, with a view to possible operations on the Hungarian frontier and southwestern Russia. FRIGHTENED 111 RECEIPT DE THREATENING LETTERS IN HOLLAND. NEW BETHEL ITEMS. We are having some real spring weather now Corn planting is the orde*- of the day in this neighborhood. Rev. Ford preached here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. The services were well attended. Under the instructions of Rev. Ford a Sunday School was organized. The parents of this neighborhood are cordially invited to come out and bring their children In order that we may make this the best rural Sunday school in the country. Rev. Ford will fill his appointment at this place again on the next Fourth Sunday. The first Sunday in May is Dec-1 Mayer, E. oration Day at which date the fu-;*en. W. IL ne rain of Mrs. Barba Walker and Miss Man*** Jones will be preached by Rev. C. W, Stringer. Miss Alice Chandler spent Friday night with her sister, Mrs. Carri** Daniels. Grandma Ray spent Sunday with her son and family, P. G. Ray. Mrs. Katie Kelly of Wapanucka is visiting relatives and friends here this week. C. VV. Stringer went to Vanoss Saturday. Misses Alice and Myrtle Chandler spent Sunday with Miss Bertha Spark man. Robei t Stringer was tile Saturday night guest of Jack Butcher. Clarence Jones and Wesley Stringer spent Friday night with Bill Stringer. Mrs. Short went to Ada on business Saturday. C. \V. Stringer and wife were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chandler Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dave Chandler and daughter, Mrs. Davie Gunsfonl were visiting Henry Chandler and faintly day. Mrs. Davie Chandler spent week-end with her mother. Dave Chandler. Miss Lottie Stringer spent Saturday night with Miss Minnie Hart. Sun .* thej Mrs. 1 JOHN SKELTON WILLIAMS MAY RETAIN OFFICE THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Let's stop ^j\d ptay fc.lor\<j tke wt*y Vky live in 2>vck z. tarry Tke world goes *rov/r\d for tJl of V3, And wko *xe GAILY. We had our first spring rain Monday. We are proud to see it for our oats, but bad for our ploughing. Sunday school and singing was greatly enjoyed. A good attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Summers matters I were visiting J. F. Bray’s Sunday. j Misses Jewel and Gracie Gray i spent a pleasant time at Mr. Rank-1 in’s Sunday. Kodaking w r as enjoyed, j Miss Bertha Bray returned home Sunday afternoon. She will go back j to Ada Sunday. Howard Atchison spent Sunday with Gaither Bray. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Deathridgo visited Mr. Hayes at Stratford Saturday night and Sunday. Misses Bessie aud Mildred Buford Bruno j **» visiting relatives here this wetjk. The death angel visited the home of Mrs. Blud Blevens and took their father and husband Mr. Bud Blevens. Mr. Blevens had been sick for the past 2 1-2 years and had suffered severely. He died at hts home Monday night. March 24, 1919. at 12:05. He was born in Morgan county, Mo.J Sept. 6. 1860, moving to Texas when a boy then to Oklahoma where he has been since his manhood. He wag I married to Mrs. Annie Lane at McGee, Okla.. July 29, 1900. He lived a happy lite with his dear companion who was so faithful to him during years, if j bis sickness. He was always an excellent tanner, a good, true citizen to his fellows. We will miss Mr. Blevens tor b* has been with us around Gai-ley for the past 20 years. He leaves a wife and eight children, a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss. We certainly extend them our heartfelt sympathy. £ ... « * Time to Select Your Easter Suit While nice materials and good grade clothing is rather scarce, we are fortunately well supplied at the present time; prices reasonable. MEN’S SUITS KOOL KLOTH WOOLENS $14.50 TO $17.50 $19.50 TO $39.50 AGAIN YOU HAVE A CHANCE— ONE LOT OF HATS, $5. Beautiful, new patterns just received from two of our New York houses. VALUES $8.50 TO $17.50. LOT OF NEW READY-TO-WEAR JUST RECEIVED DEPA PTM ENT S TORE S.M. SHAW. PROP. PHONE 77 l'-»nbtlshed In 1009 ADA, OKLA. REDS PEAN CAMPAIGN AGAINST ITALIAN ARMY By tile Associated Press PARIS, March 27.—A great military campaign against Poland is to be opened by the Russian soviet gov-, eminent this spring according to M. I Joffc, former Bolshevik ambassador/ af Berlin, according to word receiv- j ed by the Polish National Commit-1 tee in Paris. I pressrun; ox danube river REPORTED HELD BY ITALIANS. NETTLES RUYS RAUK ADA VULCANIZING CO. VV. L. Nettles, well known in Ada and Pontotoc county, has bought the interest, of the Emery Brothers in the Ada Vulcanizing Co. and is now in charge of the business. Mr. Nettles established this business and conducted it for several years before Selling it to the Messrs. Emery. L^t a Want Ad get It for you. By the Associated Press LONDON, March 27. —Italian troops have occupied the town of Blossburg, thirty-five miles southeast of Vienna on the Hungarian side of the border, according to Budapest dispatches, forwarded by a General News correspondent at Berlin. Sam Owens Dies. Sam Owens of Center died suddenly of heart trouble Wednesday. Deceased was 65 years' of age. Interment at Center. we, to worry ? c A w o t COUGHS ARE PREVALENT NOW UK, NOI.K.VS relieves the cough, mere whisper. WHITE PINE AND TAK COUGH SYRUP stops the HACK, reduces the BARK to a The Little Blond Boy may be RACKED cough! tonight get a bottle of NOLEN’S, have and a sip or turn will put LITTLE RLONDY into »deep with a hacking it in the house, a quiet, peaceful 30c and 00c Bottles NOLEN’S WHITE PINE ANI) TAR Gtfin &- Mays Drug Go. REXALL REMEDIOS AI IHE PLA! KOLIS j By the A«R<H*i»t» *1 Pres*** WASHINGTON, March 27. -Attorney Ge neral Palmer in an opinion , today to Secretary Glass stated that th** secretary has authority to continue John Skelton Williams in officio aa comptrollerpot the currency land ex-officio member ol the leder- Train, a story which takes first rank jai reserve board despite the failure W«* miss the voice of the one we love. A precious form has passed away, To join the angel’s throne above, To reign through endless day. l f c •* letfthe way appear steps unto heaven. All that thou sendest me Is mercy given, Angels to beckon me. Nearer, my God to Thee, nearer to Thee. The Golden Gates ate open wide, A gentle voice said come, And angels from the other side, Welcomed our loved one home. The body w ill be lait] to rest in the McGee cemetery on the 26th of March. a FRIEND. american. Bryant Washburn is presented in the Paramount drama. The Gypsy of the senate nomination. to confirm his re- STRJtTER <N>.\IPI LSO*., SCHOOL Ii AW PASSED | OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Mardi 27. •— An amendment to the compulsory school attendance law' was passed by th© senate yesterday, requiring attendance of each student of school age at two-thirds of each ; school term. Means for enforcement of the measure, hitherto neglected, are pVovided In authorizing each county to have a truant officer and also allowing independent school dis- : trick! to employ .such an officer. Failure of any parent to place his child iu school after five days’ notice from the truant officer is made a misdemeanor. Just received a shipment of fresh vegetable. Liberty Meat Market. 3-7-tf. among the many superb productions by this famous company. LIBERTY, New program throughout by the Frank Rich Musical Comedy Co. with their star entertainers'. Th© picture program presents Ruth Clifford in the drama of Intense interest. The Game’s Up. • ADA VULCANIZING CX). has Changed hands, and we are back to give our customers the same 'courteous treatment as heretofore. We therefore solicit your business. W© will promptly answer your trouble calls free of charge.— Ada Vulcanizing Co., Twelfth and Townsend; W. L. Nettles, Manager. 3-2 7-1 ♦. Bafflers, Notice*. All union shops, beginning Monday. March! 31, will open at 8 a. rn., and clos** at 7 p. in., except on Saturdays when they will close at IO p. rn.- Frank Arnett, Sec. 3-27-3t What Canals Can Do. •T here are -HK) miles of navigable waterways iu Britain, yet tile actual percentage of craft on them ut the nioipen; Is Jess than one per mile. On the other hand. Germany owes much *o her highly efficient and ©cone rn I ca* cann! system. Her water roads lin?% up 700 industrial centers, and goods sent by ennui mute cost much less than by rail. 0 Valuable African Trea. A tree known as the shea is beginning to uttrnct commercial attention in Western Africa. It supplies the natives not only with nuts, which they highly prize, but with a butter that may become an article of commercial Importance. It Is already exported to Europe, where makers of artificial butter find use for It. special! AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Women’s Silk Dresses SPECIALLY PRICED AT $25 , Our New York representative made a very special purchase from a well known manufacturer. They are fashioned of Silk Jersey, Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Foulard and Georgette combinations; some are tastefully trimmed with embroidery—others draped and paneled. They are tfcOC DA wonderful values at___________ Good Motto. Phillips Brooks once said, "Come, take that task of yours which yep have been hesitating before and shrinking nod walking around, and on this very flay lift it up and do It." Let a Want Ad get It for you. I " ~ ' "V i J -"j-■ r --'"I 1 " — 1 - * *• * 'ii r I I The Surprise Store I -g. established 1903 y - ta I % I J15-117 West Main St, I , ,Vj ti I . 4_ . J?J* % . j« # . butt no* •* , Bv/I ill • 3 f|! I Phone 117 f cimiM ii**i 'j I mw
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